You have no idea how much restraint Precious Roy over here had to exhibit to not jump out of whatever garbage can he slept in last night with a steak on his head. If I get one more question asking me to explain the difference between “fashion” and “style,” I swear on aythang I’ll just reblog this photo 7540956049 times or until I break the internet.
“I’ve never actually seen one before, but some guy I sorta knew from prep school told me that a friend of his lives in Williamsburg and can say with certainty that hipsters smell, so I’m trying to shit myself to complete the whole look. And yeah, dad’s totally gonna flip when he sees that I pierced my ears—not very Milford, I know!”
The #mewelry movement got errbody thinking outside the box to make the most original, creative bracelets in town. Take this guy: couldn’t convince his girlfriend to explore her sexuality, so he made a bracelet. And if she tried it once, all the better—he’ll always carry a piece of her on him forever. How adorable!
I talk about liking fitted everything on guys all the time, however, Mr. Polo shoes and this young man prove guys can still look pretty put together as long as the color detail is done right and the fit of the pants and the shirt are well balanced:
I really don’t mind baggy pants at all, I…
Bro, you need to tell me where you found that time machine! The only other explanation I can come up with as to how you found someone dressed like that in 2011 is that today is Clueless Appreciation Day on your campus, and you found some dude paying tribute to Murray. Whatever the case, let me know when you let 1998 go.
DAKS Autumn/WInter 2011 Lookbook
There were these huge bins of clothes. And everybody was rifling through them, like crazy. And I grabbed one. And it fit. So I don’t think this is totally just a woman’s suit. At the very least, it’s bisexual.
NICE PANTS, BRO.
DAKS Autumn/WInter 2011 Lookbook
One trend that has been rearing its ugly head with particular atrocity the last couple of AWs for which I cannot tolerate is the socks-outside-pants look. Unless you are hunting quail in New England, there is absolutely no reason to ever do something so ridiculous. And, like ol’ boy above, it’s even more mind-fucking when done with any shoe other than an 8-10” trail boot. Where are you going with that weak-ass bag that requires such a precaution? Last I checked there were no ticks or muddy waters in Whole Foods or Yoga to the People, dummy. Ughch.
I dig the ball cap, tie combo.
Photo Courtesy of GQ.
The only time it is acceptable to wear a cap with a shirt and tie is if you drive a bus or you are forced to do it against your will because you were drafted in the first round of a professional sport.
Which reminds me, lil homie sort of resembles Kim Il Zong (I really wish the Mayne Event showed him on draft day).
My homie Jon sportin’ his new custom made suit by Proper Suit - San Francisco.
Oh yeah, suit’s dope, blah blah blah…but it looks like your homie Jon woke up late for work and, forced to bypass his morning brew, sleepily forgot he was wearing a navy suit with brown shoes.
Black tie, really? This is day one shit, bro.
EDIT: Guys, guys, guys: READING COMPREHENSION. Navy and brown is beautiful; I’m beefing with the black tie. Looks like y’all are bypassing your morning brew, too.
I’m wearing my new jeans and v-neck today.
I’m also wearing a sweater when it’s 102°F outside.
Unfortunately, admitting your sartorial sins doesn’t absolve you from them. Really, a cardigan and denim in 102° heat? I bet you work socks, too, right? You have sickle cell or somethin?
This is New York luxury at it’s finest.
The shoes make this outfit pop.
Looks like Michael Kenneth Williams’ understudy for Chalky White never heard of getting his pants altered. Or buying shoes that aren’t obnoxious.
Talk about being paralyzed from the waist down.